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Pittsburgh Steelers take to social media to celebrate their Week 12 win over the Packers

Behind the Steel Curtain - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 5:31am

Check out what the Steelers said on social media following their win vs. Green Bay.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are 9-2 heading out of a long break, and that all stemmed from their big win over the Tennessee Titans at Heinz Field in Week 11 on Thursday Night Football. The team took that break and translated it into another win, their sixth in a row, by beating the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football in Week 12.

After the game, the players were celebrating on social media, and it’s time to check on what was said from both current, and former, players.

(Editor’s Note: This article can be updated as more players take to social media after the game.)

We couldn’t have asked for a better end to our alumni weekend!

— Jerome Bettis (@JeromeBettis36) November 27, 2017

And just like that @WizardOfBoz09 secures the W!

— Jerome Bettis (@JeromeBettis36) November 27, 2017

Wow...great Win... AB is ridiculous man he really the goat!!! Best receiver in the league no question @AB84

— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) November 27, 2017

I feel like I let Steelers Nation down tonight though... I’m going to do whatever it takes to get back on the field. Worst feeling of my life...

— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) November 27, 2017

Let’s Go!!!! I see you @WizardOfBoz09 #53!! #HereWeGo

— Arthur Moats (@dabody52) November 27, 2017

Idk another WR who gets doubled every week but still faithfully puts up numbers like @AB84 does

— The Bishop (@JoshHarris25) November 27, 2017

We are more than a team, we are a family.

— Jerome Bettis (@JeromeBettis36) November 27, 2017

Gene Collier: Watt a spectacle; Steelers rookie ruins Packers in second half. - Steelers/NFL - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 4:57am

Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Rookie T.J. Watt knew where he was supposed to be in the middle of the third quarter Sunday night, with a football game they couldn’t possibly lose slip-sliding away from the Steelers in their own back yard.

Steelers Podcasts: Tackling every angle of the Steelers’ Week 12 win over the Packers

Behind the Steel Curtain - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 4:46am

After a victory Sunday, we deliver two podcasts for you to dig your teeth into!!

If you’re like us, and we know you are, when you get to work or school after a Pittsburgh Steelers win, there’s nothing you want to do other than check out every Steelers site to read all the best content.

When the Steelers beat the Packers on Sunday Night Football? Forget about it. Might as well just tell the boss to move on and you’ll start work on Tuesday.

Anyways, with that said, we’re determined to give you the best, most comprehensive coverage of the Steelers anywhere — for free. So, on this victory Monday you get two brand-spanking-new podcasts.

The first is the new ‘Steelers Post-Game’. It’s essentially the audio of the post-game discussion we have on YouTube and Facebook Live. So you didn’t know we have a new YouTube channel? We do, and you should subscribe. Check us out HERE.

Here’s the audio:

Next was the Steelers Final Score show with Bryan Anthony Davis and Anthony Defeo of BTSC, as they take fans’ calls after the game that was. This thing can get wild and crazy with some of the callers and their opinions. Definitely worth the listen!

If you missed the live shows, you can access it via podcast in a number of ways — Our BlogTalkRadio page, on iTunes by searching The Standard is the Standard, on various podcast apps for android users, and in the player at the top of the page.


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Labriola on the win over GB, Tomlin News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 4:21am
Mike Tomlin spoke his mind in an interview that aired before the game vs. Green Bay.

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Maybe it didn’t matter that Aaron Rodgers wasn’t in uniform for the Green Bay Packers. Not with the way the Steelers secondary made Brett Hundley look like Brett Favre.

Paul Zeise: Packers defense: 'Steelers stars showed why they are among the best in the game' - Steelers/NFL - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 12:33am

      Antonio Brown had 10 receptions for 169 yards and two touchdowns Sunday night for the Steelers in their 31-28 win over the Packers. Brown dazzled the crowd with an arsenal of acrobatic catches throughout the night but his 23-yard sideline grab on the Steelers final drive is the one that people will remember most.

Around the Locker Room - vs. Packers Videos - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 12:33am
Go around the Steelers' locker room following their 31-28 win vs. the Packers.

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There wasn’t a doubt in Ramon Foster’s mind that Antonio Brown caught that ball along the sidelines with 13 seconds remaining Sunday night. He’s seen it hundreds of time in practices over the years with the exact same result.

Heyward recaps the Steelers' 31-28 win Videos - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 12:02am
Cam Heyward spoke after the Steelers' win vs. the Packers.

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The Steelers defeated the Green Bay Packers, 31-28, and remain atop the AFC.

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Watch the best plays from Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Green Bay Packers in Week 12.

Roethlisberger: 'We'll take the win' Videos - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:25pm
Ben Roethlisberger talked to the media after the win over the Packers.

Brown is Digest Player of the Week News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:20pm
Two of his 10 receptions accounted for the 37 yards necessary to attempt the game-winning FG.

Tomlin on the win over the Packers Videos - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:15pm
Coach Mike Tomlin spoke after the Steelers' 31-28 win over the Packers.

Ron Cook: Roethlisberger looks like he can take the Steelers far - Steelers/NFL - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:14pm

Back in September and October, when his Steelers offense was struggling and his critics were piling on, questioning if he had anything left and if he still really wanted to play, Ben Roethlisberger was resolute. “We’ll be fine. I’ll be fine. You don’t want to be playing your best football right now.”

Brown on the primetime win over the Packers Videos - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:10pm
Antonio Brown addressed the media following the Steelers' 31-28 win against the Packers.

Knee jerk reactions from the Steelers Week 12 prime time party with the Packers

Behind the Steel Curtain - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:10pm

With no time to rationally think, one BTSC writer offers up his immediate thoughts from the Steelers effort against the cheese heads from Green Bay

A knee jerk reaction is common for most people, especially sports fans. Of course, I like to shoot first and apologize later. In this series, I like to record my immediate emotional reaction. I have those often. I know you in Steeler Nation do too. After we have a chance to review things, we tend to alter our mindset. While watching the Steelers and the Packers, I recorded my initial thoughts in real time with no time to reconsider them. Take these in. As always, I welcome you to weigh in.

1st Quarter
  • Best kick return for the Steelers in ages, that will set Martavis up mentally for a good game.
  • Need to set the tone with a TD in the first drive.
  • No excuse for Martavis to drop that ball.
  • Rare YAC for Jesse James. Usually it's a catch and fall.
  • They are liking that shovel pass.
  • Boswel. Ughhhhh!
  • Oh Artie Burns. I thought the face mask was tickey-tak. But you can't let bad teams stay on the field. Complete lack of discipline.
  • And you just paid for it.
  • Drops are killing this team.
  • After the pick, it looks like the beginning of a playing-down-to-the-competition fiasco.
  • This is going to be Jacksonville all over again.
  • How can't you throw a flag on the kickoff? Martavis was way out of bounds.
2nd Quarter
  • Eli Rogers may have worn out his welcome with all of these drops.
  • Villanueva looked like Dave Kingman with the big swing-and-a-miss on Ahmad Brooks.
  • That pass to Bryant was what we've been waiting for all year.
  • 14-14. This could be the wake-up call.
  • Hundley looks like Bruno Mars wearing a helmet.
  • Do the refs get fined if they call a pass interference on Steeler competition?
3rd Quarter
  • Did somebody forget to tell Green Bay they weren't supposed to win thus game?
  • GB made a mistake going for a 57-yarder. It could give the Steelers new life if they could cash-in on the good field position.
  • I've missed take off-and-run Ben.
  • AB makes acrobatic catches look simple.
  • Losing Randall could be the straw that breaks the Pack.
  • Cameron Heyward needs to get invited to the Pro Bowl. But I hope he's to busy preparing for a trip to Minnesota to play.
4th Quarter
  • It seems like with three turnovers, they are dooming themselves to give this game away.
  • They are still playing with fire, letting a down team hang around,
  • Eli needed that big third down conversion.
  • AB should have his own credit card, he's always money when you need him.
  • Ben just seems to be throwing increasingly better the past eight quarters.
  • Look for the defense to come even more alive and close this puppy out.
  • Shazier being hobbled could be a killer.
  • Yep. They really missed No. 50
  • Two-minute drill. If Ben is still top-tier, he saves the day here.
  • Trusting Rogers in double coverage was ill-advised.
  • Lucky they didn't get called on a helmet-to-helmet on Watt.
  • Packers may be playing for OT here.
  • I don't think AB went to Central Michigan, I think he went to Hogwarts.
  • Looks like Boswell did too.

Where BAD was really right

  • I think Martavis Bryant's opening kick return mentally fired him up.
  • They definitely underestimated Green Bay.
  • The refs seemed reluctant to make calls against the Packers.
  • The Packers going for a field goal in a stadium that has never seen anything more than a 53 was a poor decision.

Where BAD was really wrong

  • The Steelers pressed snooze on their wake up call at 14-14.
  • Eli Rogers hasn't completely worn out his welcome. He bailed the Steelers out with a huge third down conversion.
  • The defense did not come alive after the score. They looked paltry as they failed to put GB away.

Joe Starkey: Mike Tomlin wrote a really big check, so he best cash it - Steelers/NFL - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:03pm

I can’t figure out whether Mike Tomlin’s comments about the pending New England Patriots matchup were brilliant or completely insane. Or both.


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